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san francisco where bart police are answering questions about an officer-involved shooting that happened last night at civic center plaza. >> also this morning, at least three people are dead, three others won had following four separate shootings in richmond. police are trying to determine if they are zbleltd investigators say illegal fireworks may have been the cause of a fire that ripped through a hertz rental car lot destroying dozens of cars. >> here is a live look at coit tower this morning. we have nicer weather. it's going to drop about 2-7 degrees but more heat on the way for tomorrow, and it finally cools for the weekend. >> things still looking good at the bay bridge toll plaza. traffic is light if you are headed into the city. >> happy independence day. thank you so much for joining us. i'm kristen sze.
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. >> i'm eric thomas. bart plans to reopen the civic station in less than two hours. last night bart police shot and killed a man. amy hollyfield is live in civic center bart with more on the investigation. >> bart police tell us they found a couple of knives and broken glass from a bottle. they got the call from 9:30 about a man who appeared to be drunk on the platform of the civic center station he was brandishing a knife. he even fell down on the platform. the next call dispatch received is that shots had been fired. they don't know exactly what happened. investigators say there is evidence there was a confrontation. >> one of the officers involved got shards of glass in his arm and we recovered two knives. we believe two or three credible witnesses that are also being
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interviewed. >> police say they don't know much about the man who was killed just that he is a white male, somewhere between 30 and 50 years old. they don't know where he is from. san francisco police are investigating this along with the bart police department. the civic center station is scheduled to reopen at 8:00 this morning along with all the other stations. live in san francisco, amy hollyfield, the "abc 7 news." >> it was a violent night in richmond where police in contra costa sheriff's deputies are investigating four separate shootings that left four people dead and two others injured. it started around eight third last night when a man was shot on ohio street. he is expected to survive. then shortly before 11:00, two people were shot on west ruby on second street. both of them were killed. 15 minutes later a person was
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discovered with a fatal gunshot wound in a car. they described the victim as a 19-year-old man, ten minutes after that, two people were shot on first street and macdonald avenue. a 27-year-old man was killed and a second man suffered non life-threatening injuries. >> crews removed a plane on 280 after was forced to make an emergency landing. it happened just north of farm hill boulevard. it came in below power lines and clipped the back of a mercedes. the pilot had taken off from the san carlos airport on a test flight and developed fuel problems. he was able to radio back to the airport just before landing on the right hand shoulder of the freeway. >> when i see the plane....
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>> neither the pilot nor the driver of the mercedes were injured. >> a sea plane that sank off the coast of sausalito has been pulled out of bay now. witnesses captured video as the sea plane tried to take off but slipped nose first into the water. a passing boater went and rescued the pilot and passenger. >> i saw the plane nose into the water and two guys climb on to the wings. we turned around went right to them and asked them if they needed a lift. they said, as a matter of fact we do. >> it took dive teams more than a day to locate the sunken plane under water. they are discussing with the faa if whether the pilot violated any rules. >> one tourist died after
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fishing boat capsized off of baja peninsula. several people are still missing this morning. 100 foot fishing boat was reportedly carrying 44 people. it capsized early sunday but no one knew until a fishing boat happened by. investigators say fireworks might have been a cause that ripped through hertz rental car lot. here a cellphone video of the roaring blaze that consumed as many as 37 cars. they use the dirt lot to store extra cars about three miles north of airport. they say they thought they heard fireworks and the manager found a firecracker at the scene. some bay area communities are getting an early jump on 4th of july festivity. an impressive fireworks show last night at shoreline amply
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theater in mountain view to celebrate america event was sponsored by bethel church and fireworks lit up the screen at marina day park. for more 4th of july events, visit our website at we have a complete list. >> pancake breakfast and parades it's going to be perfect. >> check in with mike. >> we can start with pig in the blanketed and work with the brats in the afternoon. very nice. good morning. we've made, 235th nation's birthday. that is impressive. here is a look then we have some green. that is where the storm tracker, that is where all the wet weather is, 70 in concord and 75 in antioch. a lot of 70s and 60s until you
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get to half moon bay. by the afternoon hours, it is hot but not quite as hot as yesterday. 68 in san francisco, san francisco 75. and 90s showing up in the south bay. low on 90s in the north bay valleys and mid to upper 90s in the east bay valleys. same thing around morgan hill and hollister. 80 in santa cruz, 70 in monterey. seven-day forecast, hotter tomorrow, probably spare-the-air day and 10-15 degrees cool are by friday. >> we have a new accident oakland, westbound 880. the suv flipped over on its side. it has the two right lanes blocked. emergency crews are on the scene. no estimated time when the lanes will clear. you may consider 580 as your alternate route.
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golden gate bridge, this is san rafael, head lights headed in the southbound direction and now a quick check of golden gate bridge, and traffic is flowing freely across the span. >> we just like to keep you on your tees. >> cellphone controversy, show down between law enforcement and civil liberties advocates how police uses cellphone evidence. >> and we'll take you inside the pentagon. it's more than the world's big office building, from restaurants to a post office, we'll tell you why these sweehoney clustery things have fiber? fiber one. almost tastes like one of jack's cereals. uh forgot jack's cereal.
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♪call 1-800-steemer. >> good morning. right now following breaking news. live picture from san francisco, you can see that white smoke coming out. that is a fire that is burning at the 4100 block of mission street near the glen park neighborhood. firefighters are at the scene, it started about 5:50 this morning. we understand it's a three story house where the fire is burning. people were seen running out. fire right now in san francisco on mission street. we'll be following the story for you. state lawmakers will soon vote on a bill that will change the way police search cellphones. it would overturn a supreme court ruling that says police don't need a warrant to search the contents of cellphone they
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take from anyone they arrest. a state senator the law hasn't kept up with technology. they should get permission should as they would to get files or computers. the nation's military commanders are overseeing two wars in a no-fly zone so it's in the national interests when they are not on dangerous duty and rugged outposts they work in comfort and convenience. john hendron takes us on special tour of the corridors of the pentagon in arlington, virginia. >> it's a fortress city on to itself. >> we would like to see this as a small economy within a small city. >> the pentagon is the world's largest low rise office building one the leaders never have to leave, for dinner or dry-cleaning or almost anything. patrick works at the mayor ace oversees everything. >> you specialize in shorts? >> yes, shorts, military style,
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yes. >> and a million donuts are sold every year. with 25,000 employees, each one has to eat 40 of these. and best buy, several clothing shops and a post office. there is even a virginia dmv. >> best part about it, no lines. >> the troops can linger over fine dining, caught without flowers on valentine's day? no problem. >> it's handy for other holidays, too. >> i'm at the entrance and one benefit working here, on the 4th of july the best place in washington to watch fireworks is right here. it's hardly compensation for repeat tours in iraq but if you return to duty here, membership does have its privileges.
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>> back here is hot weather is not your cup of tea, just a few hours from skiing and snowboarding in the sierra. first time in two decades they are hitting the slopes on the 4th of july weekend. squaw valley is one of tahoe few resorts. they are taking advantage of the lingering snow and high pressure system that is bringing warm air to the sierra. alpine meadows and kirkwood is also open. there are several runs at each mountain. >> coming down in shorts coming down the mountain. >> for you, perhaps. >> we better move on. >> it's still a little bit cold. >> the sun off the ice.
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>> what sun. >> it wouldn't be bad if it was a hundred tomorrow. we'll drop into snow, that would be fun. you would probably melt into the snow. look back to emeryville, kind of hard to see the golden gate bridge but that is not the marine layer fog and low clouds. that is non-existent right now. another reason it will be pretty warm away from the coast. take a look at the temperatures. we have antioch is the lone holdout in the 70s. 71 for you. rest in the 50s and 60s. still 45 degrees at half moon bay. mid-50s and few low 50s around monterey bay and inland. hottest weather awaits us tomorrow afternoon and it looks like we'll finally see some cooler weather as we jump in the weekend which the computer, i got a minute and a half to talk about.
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let's back things up here and we'll jump into the microclimates. upper 80s to low 90s. 91 in palo alto but down to 83 in millbrae. mid to upper 60s around the coast. we start at 80 in sausalito but warm to 92 as you head into santa rosa. all the way up to 89 in fremont. 93 in dublin and brentwood. so kind of highlighted the highs and lows. two games, 1:00, 77 jumping up to 80 at coliseum to take on the mariners. then an hour later, over at at&t we're going to see the padres and giants. sunny and breezy, up to 73 degrees. both areas big time sunburn factor. it will be clear and comfortable
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in san francisco and breeze will be out of the west at 20. at the coast, look for fog after the fireworks, temperatures in the upper 50s tonight. around the bay we'll be in the upper 70s and inland, temperatures in the low to mid-80s for your fireworks. up in tahoe, temperatures will be in the upper 60s. let's take a look at accu-weather seven-day forecast, hottest weather tomorrow, then we drop about four degrees wednesday. six degrees on thursday. another four degrees on friday. temperatures are actually back to average. >> good morning, mike. >> we'll head back to oakland where we're following a serious accident. northbound 880. just before fifth avenue, volcano a big rig and suv. emergency crews have the two right lanes blocked at this site. there is no estimation when the lanes will be reopened. you may want to use 580 as the alternate route. another crash, northbound 880 at
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bascom, everything is off the roadway, you will see flashing lights. live look at san jose. this is 101 at 880 where traffic moves well in both directions. for the latest traffic, go to and click on the bay area traffic links. >> our time is 6:19. >> all star selections is out. find out which giants and a's will be in next week's game in arizona. >> and prince william and kate meet some french rofz
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in today's tech bytes, apple may be the latest hacker target. it posted passwords it says it took from amp online zbloivs it's report that facebook and skype this week will launch a video chatted service that will work within a browser. it could significantly increase skype usage and the amount of time people spend on facebook. >> google is reported to be one of companies trying to buy hulu. they own the competitor youtube that could raise antitrust concerns. go daddy is being sold for 2 and a quarter billion dollars. it's the largest domain
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registration company. >> and those are your tech bytes. the giants will have four players in phoenix for next tuesday's all-star games, tim lincecum and matt cain will be playing. giants lost the game 6-3. gonzalez is the oakland athletic going to the all-star game. in arizona yesterday he shows why he was chosen, strike out seven allowing one run. they beat the diamondbacks 7-2. >> prince william and kate have met french resistance. the newlyweds touched down at prince edward island after a two day tour of quebec. they have been prefghd near the
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royals. couple says it doesn't change how much they respect and admire the country. this are day five of nine day tour. on friday they will head to the u.s. and head to los angeles. still ahead at 6:30. a small plane is forced to make an emergency landing using interstate 280 as a landing strip. >> and a fire destroys dozens of cars at a rental lot at sfo. >> bart police shot and killed a man last night. i'm amy hollyfield live in san francisco. up next, i'll tell you what they say he was doing. >> here is a look at the lower 48 and major airports, they are all green and running on time. any delays develop we'll have it. check out flight tracker at
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>> closed captioning brought to you by mancini sleepworld. it is 6:29 on the 4th of july. 235th birthday. i should remember. thanks for joining us. >> and bloomberg, there is no trading today but we wanted to
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trade you a little clear weather. >> eric, you were great. he was great. >> you guys. right now, temperatures are pretty toasty, 71 in antioch. wealth of 50s and 60s. we talked about last week we will cool in the overnight hours. 48 in half moon bay, we're going ramp up the heat this afternoon but it will be tell prd by a wind. it's faster than it was yesterday at sfo at 13 miles an hour. that will knock 2-7 degrees off the highs. upper 90s in the east bay valleys. low 90s in the north bay valleys and mid-80s around the bay. and bart's holiday service has not yet begun but they are busy at work after a fatal shooting of a man by bart
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police. that is where amy hollyfield joins us with the latest. bart police you can count on the fact there will be a thorough investigation into what happened. san francisco police department is also conducting its own investigation. this happened at about 9:30 last night at civic center plaza station. bart police got a call about a drunk man that was brandishing a knife. he even fell down on the platform. within minutes of police arriving on the scene, they shot him to death. bart police deputy chief he realizes they don't trust bart police ever since the shooting of oscar grant. but they are out this morning giving interviews about what happened. >> that is why we respond waiter we do now. we're going to stand before the media and the public. we're going to report what we know as the investigation moves forward. you'll hear from our chief of police later this morning from
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lake merritt, bart police headquarters. we're working hand in hand with san francisco d.a.'s office. our detectives are talking with their detectives and we'll find out what happened. we've got new policies and procedures in place. they will be followed as they are written. if they are not we'll make adjustments. >> reporter: bart investigators said they found knives and broken glass and bottle at the scene. one of the officers suffered cuts, he had glass as hard as in his arm. it the police chief says there was a possibility of a confrontation. they don't know much about the man that was killed. he was between 30 and 50, he is a white male and they don't know where he is from. the station is scheduled to open along 8:00 along with the other stations. they don't think service will be interrupted.
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amy hollyfield, "abc 7 news." it's been a violent night where authorities are investigating in richmond that led to four people dead and two others injured. they had started around 8:30 last night when a man was shot on ohio street near south 39th straight. she is expected to survive. shortly before 11:00, two people were shot on west ruby near second street in north richmond. both of them were killed. 15 minutes later, a person was found with a fatal gunshot wound near 31st street. they describe the victim as a 19-year-old man. then ten minutes after that, around 11:15, two people were shot on first street and macdonald avenue. a 27-year-old man was killed and second man suffered non life-threatening injuries. >> crews removed a small plane from interstate 280 after it was forced to make an emergency
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landing right in the middle of traffic. it happened shortly after 7:00 last night north of farm hill boulevard. the single-engine cessna came in below power lines and clipped the back of a mercedes. chp says the pilot took off on a test flight. he was able to radio a mayday just before landing on the shoulder of the freeway. neither were injured. investigators say illegal fireworks might be the cause of a fire that ripped through a hertz rental car lot yesterday. this is cellphone video of the fire that consumed as many as 37 cars. hurtz uses the lot to store extra cars three miles north of airport. guests the value inn next door describe the scene. >> i saw smoke and flames coming up that high. i thought we were on fire. i told my family to get out.
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i was already out. we were out there and fireworks and stuffer was exploding. and could hear fire trucks coming. >> fireworks going off the back there and five minutes later there it was. >> a manager reportedly found a firecracker at the scene. police across the bay area will be on the outlook today this 4th of july for illegal fireworks. san bruno is one of only 13 cities in the bay area region that sells safe and sane fireworks. they can only be set off in the cities where you buy them. most other communities have a zero tolerance policy to set up fireworks with fines up to $4,000. we have a complete list of legal fireworks shows at there is a link right there on the home page. >> you may be planning your barbecue later on today but already the bay area is
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sizzling. high temperatures have reminded everyone to take extra precautions. cecilia vega reports. >> reporter: there really isn't a way to beat pleasanton's triple-digit it heat. you just learn to cope with it. that means hiding whatever shade i can find or create and stay well hydrated. >> we're going to jump in the pool. >> reporter: as temperatures sizzled, so did grills around the bay area in spite of the warning. the scorching weather forced bay area quality monitors to declare eight spare-the-air day. barbecuing was not technically illegal it was definitely not adviced. >> people can barbecue but we strongly to encourage them to use gas grills but they pollute a lot. if they have to use charcoal grill, don't use lighter fluid.
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>> reporter: barbecues aren't the only potential dangerous tradition. some people just can't help it, bigger the fireworks, the better the holiday even if it cost $239. in dublin one of few places in alameda county where it's legal to buy and sell fireworks. every purchase big or small comes with a zblarng we ask them to please stay where it's legal and stay in dublin. to go the parks where it's designated to fire off fireworks. you cranked up your a.c., right? >> i did, maybe a little less. >> it was tough. i'm home alone and using the air conditioner the whole house just for me. >> i wanted to hang out with
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eric. >> he is such a punching bag this morning. 235-year-old never invites me anywhere. >> a left cross, almost got it. >> everybody the same. all kidding aside it's going to be hot. just about 2-7 degrees cooler than yesterday. 7 degrees the closer you get to the ocean where the air is going to be coming from. we are still the same temperatures we are seeing right now. let's move ahead, mid to upper 50s, san francisco and oakland, low to mid-70s for the rest of the bay and mid to upper 80s in the east bay valleys. by 4:00, we'll have total sunshine, mid 90s in the east bay valleys, mid to upper 80s in the north bay valleys, mid-80s around the bay shore and south bay. you can see upper 60s to 70 in san francisco.
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hottest day in the forecast, probably another spare-the-air day, we'll lose 10-15 degrees by friday. do you have another accident? >> we sure do. chp has issued a sig alert, just before fifth avenue, on 880, two right lanes are blocked. you may want to consider 580 as your alternate route. bay bridge toll plaza, traffic is moving well as you make your way under the incline on your way to san francisco. take mass transit, be advised no service for hsmgs trains but caltrain was running extra trains because of the fireworks show. muni and bart operating on a holiday schedule. 235, sunscreen back then was just awful. >> you don't look a day over 234. >> thank you. >> and retailers are doing it
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green. bloomberg business report is coming up. >> and twitter heongs, hackers take over fox news accounts and says there is a fatal attack on president obama. >> move over 3-d. a small company that is
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coming up on 6:44 on this independence day.
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and there is moisture up in southern california. scattered thunderstorms around palm springs possibly around yosemite. 93 in yosemite. 87 in tahoe. sunshine along big sur to 81 in l.a. >> it's 6:44, fox news says political twitter account was hacked and is apologizing for any distress caused by tweets of president obama's assassination which was false. it came before midnight. they said the president was shot twice at an iowa resident and he passed away and joe biden is the new president. they have more than 33,000 followers. they called the tweets malicious and false and says the hacking is being investigated. president obama is fine and will host 4th of july activities for
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military families at the white house. >> an aircraft monitoring the area burnings around los alamos. flames burned dangerously close near the laboratory that houses a stockpile of nuclear material. fortunately the fire shifted away from the lab late last week. about 12,000 people that were evacuated were allowed to return home yesterday. >> we are not done. we are safe enough to bring residents back. in fact the county won't be up and running until probably about tuesday. the fire has burned across 190 square miles of forest. rain gave cruise battling that blaze a break. >> sarah shourd will begin a hunger strike to protest the continued detention of two other u.c. berkeley alumni. iranian police arrested the
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three almost two years ago as they hiked along the iran border. they released shourd on bail last year. the two are sit to go on trial at the end of the month. u.c. berkeley alumni will take part in a rolling hunger strike. they will take turns fasting to demand their release. fremont company that is won the oscar of technology. sun innovations was awarded the award for media glass. that is invention out of minority report. >> if this video screen looks familiar it could because you saw a movie called minority report. tom cruise sees right through the images on his monitor. >> you put it on the glass so this technology is available
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now. >> the invention combines an invisible laser beam with a thin film. one layer turns red, one turns green and one turns blue. each layer made particles of so tiny that the light passes in between them. it will replace a future dashboard and a gps map. this is being drawn by a laser beam but the color are not the color of the laser beam. the glow you see is the nano material foster responding to the laser light. it can be put on any clear material, even material that is not clear. it's completely absorbed by the material so the laser beam doesn't pass through. it could be built right into an automobile windshield. >> general motors is testing in it in show cars. disney is testing in it theme parks. it layers holographic material for a non-laser projector.
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they come up with a new application every day. it's appearing on retail displays such as a shop window in san anselmo. richard hart, "abc 7 news." >> right now we want to tailing to you canada where prince william and kate have met some french resistance. they are touching down at prince edwards island after a two day tour of quebec. french speaking separatists have been protesting but they are lovely tour in a carriage. they are visiting, will be doing a demonstration making an emergency landing on the lake. they will compete in a loet boat race. it is a big scene of pageantry.
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kate and will on a five day canadian tour. on friday they will be coming to los angeles. retailers may be feeling the love for love of country today. >> bloomberg at the new york stock exchange with the expected rise with the purchase of patriotic products. >> good morning. you might be hosting a barbecue or going to someone else's today or doing some shopping. today is the last day for july the 4th bargains for a bunch of retailers. they try to capitalize on american's urge to get their patriotism on. more than 20% have bought a new patriotic merchandise that is up from 16% last year. americans are expected to eat 150 million hot dogs today.
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apple gate offers a year's supply to winning posting about the best way to enjoy its products. dish networks offering 99 movies in celebration of independence day. warming up his jaws, joey chestnut is getting ready. he will compete in a hotdog eating contest in new york. he set a world record eating 68 dogs in ten minutes. last year he won with 54 when his chief rival dobayashi was taken out of dpom competition because he refused to sign an exclusive contact. there is a woman winner so equal opportunity for heartburn.
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>> there was some real tiny lady like you. >> i think she did 40. >> followed by 40 rolaids. >> i wouldn't mind one hotdog today. >> we indulge today. so let's partake in warmer weather. vollmer peak, the clouds off in the distance but it is the wind that will bring us a slight cooling trend today, about 2-7 degrees cooler than yesterday. let's talk about those temperatures, quite a spread, half moon bay, 45 degrees. then you go to antioch, where it's still hearing the hum of air-conditioners, 71. most of us in the 50s and low 60s. let's talk about the temperatures in the east bay valleys, mid to upper 90s. guess when they come back?
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tomorrow is probably going to be the hottest day in the forecast. east bay shore, 81 in richmond, all the way up to 89 in fremont. spread not as big in the south bay, 89 in sunnyvale to 94 in los gatos. on the peninsula 91 in palo alto. 83 in millbrae. then you have mid to upper 60s along the coast. sunset will be 68 and mainly sunny today. mid-80s in san rafael and vallejo. at your beaches, mid to upper 60s. 70 in monterey to 80 in santa cruz and 97 in gilroy. both teams are in town but they are playing fairly different times, 1:00, mariners and a a's, 77 and 80. not quite as warm for the giants game. it will be sunny and breezy, 70 degrees warming up to 73. 2:05 first pitch.
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if you are going to fisherman's wharf, temperature are falling into the upper 50s. the coast will be clear, fog will probably roll in after the fireworks are over. there will be breezy there. if you are around the bay, a light wind and temperatures around 80 falling to 74. inland i will will be warm, light winds, 84 dropping down to 78 and for folks watching up in tahoe, check it out, temperatures in the 60s for your viewing. hottest day tomorrow, probably a spare-the-air day. temperatures drop nearly 10-15 degrees by friday. it will be much cooler this coming weekend. have a great one. here is danielle. >> thank you, mike. better news for oakland, chp has cancelled their sig alert for earlier crash. so all lanes open now. let's take a live look outside in san jose. 101 at 880. it's holiday light. traffic moving well in both
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directions. let's get a quick bridge check. beautiful ride as you make your way across the span in both directions. over at the bay bridge toll plaza, lights have reremained off as you make your way into san francisco. if you want to avoid the roadways, check in with mass transit. just a reminder for "h" but caltrain will be using more trains for the fireworks show. holiday service for muni and bart. for the latest traffic go to and click on the bay area traffic links. all right. thanks very much. >> recapping top stories, bart police are investigating a fatal shooting involving two of its officers. it happened at civic center station in san francisco. >> amy hollyfield is live there with the details. amy? >> bart police are promising a thorough investigation into what happened. it it's too early to tell whether the officers were justified in shooting the man. it happened around 9:30 last
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night at civic center bart station. they got a call that a man was acting drunk and brandishing a knife. about a minute after police arrived he died. they found knives at the scene and a broken glass from a bottle. one of the officers had cuts and shards of glass in his arms. they don't know much about the man, just he is a white male. somewhere between 30 and 50 years old. they don't know where he is from they think service will be interrupted and trains will start running at 8:00 this morning. bart is on a holiday schedule. amy hollyfield, "abc 7 news." for those barbecues and fireworks shows, final check on weather and traffic. >> let's talk about what is going to happen this afternoon. we're going to have temperatures that will be warm again, slightly cooler, i don't want you think it's going to feel cool even when you drop 2-7
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degrees, you are still in the upper 90s. that is not cool. 86 in san rafael. near 90 in the south bay, 90s around palo alto with mid to upper 80s for the bay shore. 68 in half moon bay. now looking at the seven-day forecast, even though we get a reprieve the winds that bring us the slightly cooler weather, back in triple-digits and 68 at the coast, because the air will be more stagnant tomorrow, it will probably be a spare-the-air day. that may be the last one as a cooling trend begins. look how we lose, 2-4 degrees every day through sunday. temperatures will be at least 10 to almost 20 degrees cooler from the coast inland. danielle. >> thank you, mike. one last check of bay bridge toll plaza, traffic is so light. they didn't allow the meeting lights to go on. just a reminder, no service for
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"h", caltrain will be running extra trains for the fireworks display in san francisco. muni and bart, they are operating on a holiday schedule. so do plan accordingly. >> danielle, thank you very much. thank you for joining us fork is for the july the 4th edition. >> and you have the a.c. on. >> leave the key. >>
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beth! hi. looking good! you've lost some weight. thanks! you noticed! you know these clothes are too big now, so i'm donating them. nogoing back the again. good for you! how'd you do i eating right, whole grain. whole grain? whole grain. [ female announcer ] people who choose more whole grain tend to weigh less than those who don't... multigrain cheerios has five whole grains and 110 lightly sweetened calories per serving... more grains. less you! multigrain cheerios.
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ABC 7 Morning News
ABC July 4, 2011 6:00am-7:00am PDT

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TOPIC FREQUENCY Amy Hollyfield 7, Us 5, Abc 4, Richmond 4, Oakland 4, Danielle 3, Pentagon 3, Hertz 3, San Rafael 3, Antioch 3, Dublin 3, Fremont 3, Jack 2, William 2, Bart 2, Multigrain Cheerios 2, Mariners 2, Macdonald 2, Mike 2, Los Angeles 2
Network ABC
Duration 01:00:00
Scanned in San Francisco, CA, USA
Source Comcast Cable
Tuner Channel 93 (639 MHz)
Video Codec mpeg2video
Audio Cocec ac3
Pixel width 528
Pixel height 480
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